A New Reliable Way to Test Liver Fibrosis and Cirrhosis
Researchers from the University of San Diego and the Salt Lake Institute created a microbiome-based diagnostic tool which can detect fibrosis and liver cirrhosis with 90% reliability!
Discover the symbiotic relationship between balanced energy flow and a healthy liver.
Discover how much protein you should be eating if you have liver disease, as well as the best sources of protein to meet your needs.
Once the liver has entered a state of cirrhosis, or scarring, the damage can’t be reversed. Cirrhosis can, however, be managed and treated. Some of your treatment options will depend on the underlying disease causing the cirrhosis. If the disease can be addressed the progress of scarring can be halted. And because the liver is […]
Liver fibrosis tests are necessary for those with chronic liver disease. Find out why your physician may order a combination of liver biopsy and/or non-invasive liver fibrosis testing, as well as the pros and cons of these methods.
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Preventing liver disease progression is straightforward with this three-part liver support program.
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When conceptions about liver disease stray far from the truth, efforts to prevent, detect and treat are hampered.
Likely a consequence of small intestine bacterial overgrowth, many people with chronic liver disease may have difficulty digesting dairy.
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